Greetings, everyone. I'm Zozoken, a fairly new member of RNGGods. I was referred by because I was looking for a group that was interested in doing community stuff rather than being a network of number raising. I've tried several teams, but I have happily found my home here. I will do what I can to contribute to the group and this website.
I'll be writing blogs / articles for the site on a regular basis. Writing is a passion of mine and I'm happy to contribute. They'll mostly be about gaming, but sometimes I'll branch out to some crazier topics. Hopefully I won't step on too many toes, since it seems I'm one of the few here that is conservative, but if I do bring up anything political, I will do my best to present it in a tasteful manner. No matter what I write about, I sincerely hope my blog entries are entertaining, informative, and thoughtful.
The biggest plan I have for the blog is going through every set of and discussing the lore behind the card game. I hope will give me my own section for this, because if not, it will probably clog up the page. After all, there are about 80 sets of MTG, so that's going to be a lot of entries!
As for Twitch, I livestream with a focus on old obscure games. In fact, I call myself "". Specifically, I specialize in romhacks, roguelikes, and hidden gems. My favorite game is . Come watch me play nostalgic games... or even games you've never heard of before.
You may be wondering why I call myself the "". That's a long story, but basically, I'm not as good at video games as some people make me out to be. I have a long way to go!
I have other hobbies that might interest the group. In my spare time, I run a role-playing campaign with the system (it's a lot like AD&D 2nd Edition), a small MTG league that plays , a custom online card game called , a private blind racing league called ZozoMania, and the occasional board game night on . If any of this stuff interests you, let me know and I'll be more than happy to include you in these events.
Thanks a lot to all the members of the group for welcoming me, even when I started out on rocky ground due to inactivity. Special thanks to who has done so much to try to connect me to the rest of the group. I appreciate all of you. Thanks for making this the awesome team that I call home.